- Continental Breakfast
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... from the town center than I had hoped, but the mile and a half walk to the old town area was a great chance to see more of Mostar. Right away I started to notice the pockets of buildings still shelled by Federation bombings in the 1990's. There has most definitely been progression, but the marks are still here. There might be a department store on one end, a tire shop on the other, and sandwiches in between will be the fenced of remnants of a structure ...
... strategy for that day was as well as what would happen after the evacuation. He then had to have looked up to see where Bata lived and make sure he got to intrude into that particular house. With many other soldiers doing the same thing in other homes that day, Bata had no idea why this man went through the trouble to save him. Unfortunately, this man accidentally killed himself a year later and Bata never had the chance to ask why or to thank him.
Madjas had ...
We had decided when we were planning everything for our summer that we wanted to come back across to The Balkans/Eastern Europe and see the countries we hadn't gotten to last year. We also really liked the history and some of the countryside that we saw while we were over this way last time. Also everyone we spoke to in London seemed to rave about the countries we hadn't seen yet either. Originally we had booked a travel talk tour that was meant to include the sail Croatia ...
... border crossings. It seemed like too many for one bus ride. We left Montenegro, crossed into Croatia, then into Bosnia, then back into Croatia, then back into Bosnia again. The whole journey took about five hours and we ended up in Mostar at 8pm. I found my hostel very easily, it was only a three minute walk from the bus station.
I found Majda’s Hostel and it is one of the most welcoming hostels I’ve ever been to. Majda greeted me at the ...
... 5, knowing they would jump for $25 as its well advertised in travel blogs, etc. It took 30 mins to get the rest of the money. People just don't get it and it was so annoying to hear the talk - if every person lined up to take photos paid $1, they would be jumping every 5 mins and lots more jumpers would be employed. From there I took over the wheel and as usual, the road narrowed, the GPS started giving ridiculous directions and we ended up navigating via ...